Monday, June 16, 2014

ULUV Music Day June 21, 2014 in San Francisco

ULUV Music Day is a connected set of free, public music events which takes place each year in parklets, parks, Bart Stations and other public spaces on the 21st of June to celebrate music and the people who create it! San Francisco will be bursting with live music performance all day, on Saturday, June 21, starting at noon.
As part of the celebration, I'm delighted to play Trouble Coffee and Coconut Club, out in the Avenues (this is the place to get a coffee before hitting Ocean Beach IMHO). I'll be leading off the line-up at Trouble. While there's all sorts of greatness happening during  ULUV,  you can't go wrong parking it here for the afternoon if you're in SF (and not in Alameda later in the day for my 3pm Sailstice* set!)
ULUV Music Day @ Trouble Coffee - 4033 Judah St, SF
12-1pm Deborah Crooks
1-2pm Y Axes
2-3pm Elsie White
3-4pm Quinn Deveaux
4-5pm VeJah aka MicChecka and Anthony featuring Maya Songbird
 The full schedule for performances at venues all over the city is HERE.

ULUV Music is a charitable organization whose goal is to increase revenue streams for the Bay Area’s music industry by producing community driven music events that showcase local artists, businesses and charities. Through creating more opportunities for the local music community, ULUV Music will help sustain, grow and preserve the San Francisco Bay Area’s rich music culture.

Two Bay Area visionaries, Starita and Robin Applewood, founded ULUV Music and both have dedicated their careers to uplifting the Bay Area music community.  They have united their visions to create this event-based movement so that musicians and industry professionals can thrive and sustain their careers in music.

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